People are voting today at 5,757 feet above sea level at Canada's highest federal election polling station.
Preservation of a farmhouse built in 1906, one of the oldest buildings in Rutland, is included in plans for a five-storey mixed-used development.
To hire additional staff for the busy Christmas shopping season, Toys R Us is holding recruitment fairs at all 83 of its stores across Canada from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Wednesday.
Despite a strong September, transaction values in Penticton’s residential real estate market were down 11% through the first three quarters of 2019.
There’s no better time than now to stop by Home Hardware, as every donation made to support breast cancer research at the Kelowna store on Springfield Road will be matched dollar for dollar.
Bruce Johnson was the first winner of the David Kampe Legacy Award, a new accolade that will be presented posthumously on an annual basis at the Penticton & Wine Country Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards.
The list of finalists for this year’s Kelowna Business Excellence Awards is proof marijuana has hit the mainstream and become an economic powerhouse.
His family is out thousands of dollars, but an Alberta man’s trip to Penticton left him with three valuable travel tips: read the fine print, carry valid identification and watch what you say in airports.
VANCOUVER — The Vancouver Aquarium’s frolicsome Northern sea otters are some of its most popular residents. During Sea Otter Awareness Week — Sept. 21-29 — they’re positively irresistible, the focus of daily feeds and enrichment sessions, family programs, educational talks and even pre-booka…